ungrief

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From un- (lack or absence of) +‎ grief.

Noun[edit]

ungrief (uncountable)

  1. The absence of grief; grieflessness.
    • 1979, Shelley Smith, A Grave Affair:
      Shrinking from the conflict, the conflict of the mind between the dread of grief and the shameful guilt of ungrief at the prospect of a new life opening for herself and Mark.
    • 2012, Ernst Meister, In Time's Rift:
      What is promised us, we who were born bloody: ungrief after the dwindled time, []

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